As many nerds I have a super hard time to not try a thing I read about, so I’ll try to trim down your journey of trying out all the best fonts that are made specifically for code editing.
A good font can make your development experience more pleasant by having everything more easily readable and also to prevent typos between characters that in other fonts are close to indistinguishable like lower
l and uppercase
I or the digit
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Source Code Pro is a really nice font for programming, even though it comes from Adobe. I recently banged my head into a wall of too many inconsistent answers on the internet on how to use it inside gVim/MacVim. That’s why I’m just putting down the solution that finally workd for me. Continue reading “Using Adobe’s Source Code Pro in Vim”
I’ve been eagerly waiting for this release. A lot. Word wrapping is a part of Brackets now. The biggest annoyance for me is fixed. Partey!
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Adobe Brackets Sprint 17 has been released. If you’ve missed this so far, Brackets is the open source base for Adobe Edge Code.
When I just fired up Brackets on my Mac, it gave me a sweet overlay, that notified me about the new version:
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